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pipe·vine

 (pīp′vīn′)
n.
A deciduous woody vine (Aristolochia macrophylla) of the eastern United States, having greenish, brown-mottled flowers shaped like a curved pipe. Also called Dutchman's pipe.
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Attracts black swallowtail, giant swallowtail, Monarch, painted lady, pipevine swallowtail, queen, question mark, red admiral, red-spotted purple, zebra longwing, zebra swallowtail, spicebush swallowtail, eastern tiger swallowtail, variegated fritillary, viceroy, eastern comma, gulf fritillary, mourning cloak, anise swallowtail and other species of butterflies.
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Innate colour preferences and flexible colour learning in the Pipevine swallowtail.